Yes, Christmas is fast approaching which makes sitting in the dark for a couple of hours and soaking up a comforting classic movie whilst nursing a mulled wine is a deeply attractive proposition. The Muppet Christmas Carol for children of all ages and It's a Wonderful Life will fill your boots with heartwarming sentiments. Our bar will be open before each screening serving the usual plus mulled wine and mince pies and Andy Osman will be performing live from 6-7 before It's a Wonderful Life.
Kristen Stewart gets the wounded-deer manner, sulky eyes and slight tilt of the head of Princess Diana in Spencer on Thursday night. Charles and Di’s marriage has long gone cold and Christmas at Sandringham is looming large. Stewart is tipped for an Oscar for this role.
Friday's film The Hand of God is Paulo Sorrentino’s most nakedly personal film to date. Matching the dazzling maximalism of The Great Beauty, The Hand of God rates 100% on Rotten Tomatoes audience score.
Two films on Saturday;
Never dumbed down despite the slapstick The Muppet Christmas Carol is our Christmas matinee starting at 4.15pm. All tickets £5.00.
Inspirational, festive and guaranteed to bring tears to the eyes, It's a Wonderful Life is our closing film of the season starting at 7.00pm on Saturday evening. All tickets £5.00.
All our January films are now on the website. We kick off our January season with King Richard on Thursday 6th January. A dream role for Will Smith, Williams is a larger than life character who happens to be real.